QSP Online User Handbook

A growing guide of how to use QSP for your agency’s solutions

Introduction

Being successful with QuickSolvePlus begins with proper training, and continual learning. “Software is never finished”, they say, and we find this axiom true for QSP too. What better way to capture the fluid development of QSP than to develop a user handbook to serve as a resource for learning, no matter where you are at in your QSP journey?! Whether you are a new company just getting started, or you’ve been with us since the beginning, this handbook should answer any question you have about how to make something work in the app. Our goal is to make you look like a genius. You’re already a hero by serving one of our most precious and vulnerable populations. Let us help you solve the other stuff.  You serve. We solve. 

Contents

Application Settings

Custom Service Types

Whether you are vendored for SLS, ILS, Residential, CIT, ABA, FHA, PA or anything in between, creating and configuring your agency’s applicable service types begins in QSP’s application settings. These instructions will teach you how to setup your vendored services in QSP so they serve you properly.

Begin by going to Utilities -> Application Settings and select “Custom Service Types”. This is where you can configure the attributes for current and additional service types. Here’s a breakdown of each configurable option per service type.
Use – This turns on/off the use of this service type and it’s functionality
Billable – When enabled, the service type becomes an available option in the client profile where it can be further configured with a POS, etc
Payable – When enabled for a service type, the service type becomes an available option in the employee profile where it can be further configured with a Rate of Pay, etc. It also enables shifts that use this service type to be assigned to an employee.
Sub Code – This is an editable text field. Sub Codes can be assigned to a primary service type, and are then further configurable in a client’s profile. In the scheduler, sub codes behave like sub-service types, available when their primary service type is chosen.
Multi-Client – When this is enabled, the service type in the scheduler will allow for multiple clients to be attached to it
Mutli-Staff – When this is enabled, the service type in the scheduler will allow for multiple employees to be attached to it
Rest Period – When enabled, adding a rest period becomes an option within the shift for the specific service type
Mileage – When enabled, adding mileage details becomes an option within the shift for the specific service type
OT exempt – When enabled, and if OT settings are configured properly, the service type will follow OT exempt rules
Obj Notes – When enabled, there’s an option within the service type-specific shift to add ISP objective service notes. The ISP objectives must first be configured in the client profile.
Serv Notes – When enabled, the Service Notes field is made available within the service type-specific shifts
Sched Notes – When enabled, the Schedule Notes field is made available within the service type-specific shifts
Serv Type Back Color – Choose the background color of the service type when it is used in the scheduler.
Serv Type Font Color – Choose the font color that will be applied over the chosen background color. It’s recommended that these contrast, so the font stands out apart from the background.
Exceptions – These default shift color scenarios will override the applicable service type color configurations: When a shift is unassigned (to either an employee or client) the shift color will be red. When a shift contains linked clients, the shift color will be gray.
Unchangeable – You cannot modify the names of these default service types in QSP: SLS, IHDP, ILS or PS. You can disable “Use” for any of these that are not applicable to your company

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Custom Client and Employee Events

The live’s of our clients are often so much more than just the routine, authorized scheduling with their staff. Even our employee’s, believe it or not, have lives outside of work. The QSP calendars (for clients or employees) can be used to capture real-life events beyond what is counted toward billing and payroll. To add custom events, go to Utilities -> Application Settings -> Custom Client/Employee Events. Choose “Add” from either the Employee Events grid, or the Client Events grid and enter the new event name. If an event name needs to be edited, double click its name within the grid. Keep in mind that any event name that is edited will not retroactively update any instance where that event was used in the scheduler. This is one of the reasons we do not give an update to Delete. If, there is a need, please contact our support team.

custom client and employee event scheduling in QSP

Client Display – Client events will display as a purple color on the client calendar. There is no option to attach an employee.

how to schedule client IPP or ISP meetings in QSP

Employee Display – Employee events will display as a maroon color on the employee calendar. There is no option to attach a client.

adding custom employee events to QSP schedule for SLS or ILS or other services

OT Settings

You would think that every agency plays with the same overtime (OT) rules, but the truth is that everyone has their own tweak on how they apply and implement overtime, and so often it varies based on the type of service being performed by the employee. Luckily, the OT settings in QSP can be customized to meet the needs of each and every agency. The OT settings in QSP affect payroll output, and scheduling input. To get these setup, navigate to Utilities -> Applications Settings -> OT Settings. Each numerical item below corresponds to its value in the image.

  1. Enable OT Calculations in Payroll Reports – When enabled, and weekly and/or daily OT settings are set, overtime will be calculated in the payroll reports which include: Payroll Processing Report, Condensed Payroll Processing Report, and Timesheets.
  2. Calculate OT by Week Only – If daily OT (i.e. Standard OT) is setup, but this setting is enabled, overtime will be calculated in payroll reports (if above setting is enabled) by week only.
  3. Effective Date for OT – Pick a date when all configured overtime settings will go into effect. This was primarily beneficial when the federal government home care rule went into effect.
  4. Work Week for Payroll – Defining the 7 day period that makes up the agency work week creates accurate weekly overtime calculations in payroll reports. Therefore, in the scheduler, creating a shift(s) that spans two different work weeks is restricted.
  5. Hours Worked Over __ Hours in a Week are Considered OT – Define how many scheduled hours an employee can work within a work week before triggering weekly overtime. If this is not set, but client and employee weekly caps are, then this will default to 40 hours.
  6. Cap Employee Weekly OT at __ hours – When enabled, and the defined employee OT cap is exceeded during scheduling, a warning or restriction message will be triggered. If the user that is modifying the schedule has a role that matches what is listed in the “Role to Override in Schedule”, then they will receive a warning when they are about to exceed the OT Cap. However, if the user that is modifying the schedule does not have an authorized role, then they will be restricted from scheduling beyond the OT cap. Though, an authorized user can input their log in credentials to override the scheduling restriction that was given. Each employee can have their own custom OT cap that is different than what is set globally. Within each employee’s profile, under their “Schedule” tab, is a field labeled “Max Amount of OT Hours Per Week”, and it will display whatever the OT cap setting is, but it can be modified by any user with a matching role as set in the “Role to Override per Employee” field.
  7. Hours Worked Over __ in a Day are Considered OT – Define how many scheduled hours an employee can work per day before triggering daily overtime. If this is not set, but client and employee daily OT caps are, then this will default to 8 hours.
  8. Hours Worked Over __ in a Day are Considered Double Time (DT) – Define how many scheduled hours an employee can work per day before triggering double time overtime. If this is not set, but client and employee DT caps are, then this will default to 12 hours.
  9. Cap Employee Daily OT at __ Hours – Refer to #6 (Weekly OT caps), as this settings uses the same logic.
  10. Cap Employee Daily DT at __ Hours – Refer to #6 (Weekly OT caps), as this settings uses the same logic.
  11. Day 7 OT Warning – When this is enabled, a warning/restriction message will be triggered when scheduling a shift for 7 consecutive days within the work week. The ‘Role to Override in Schedule” follows the same logic as outlined in #6.
  12. Implement OT exemptions – When enabled, and a Custom Service Type has been given the “OT Exempt” attribute, then those service types will follow the defined weekly overtime settings only (i.e. Daily OT will not apply to those service types). However, if an employee is also scheduled a non-OT exempt service type within a work week then the OT exemption will not be used.
    1. Apply 5 Consecutive Night Shift Rule – This rule is met when one employee is scheduled at least 5 consecutive “sleep shifts” with the same client within the same work week. When enabled, and the “OT Exempt Sleep Shift” option is selected within the shift window in the scheduler, QSP will run a check to verify if this rule has been met and, if so, exempt the proper amount of OT from weekly overtime calculations.
    2. Apply 24 Consecutive Hour Rule – This rule is met when one employee is scheduled at least 24 consecutive hours with the same client within the same work week. When enabled, and the “OT Exempt Sleep Shift” option is selected within the shift window in the scheduler, QSP will run a check to verify if this rule has been met and, if so, exempt the proper amount of OT from weekly overtime calculations.
    3. Max Number of Sleep Shift Hours for Clients__ – This field is a general data entry field and does not have any output at this time.

QSP overtime settings

IHSS Settings

IHSS, and all its glory, is something that QSP recognizes can be complicated, and each agency within each county has a variance with how they handle their (and their client’s) relationship with IHSS. These IHSS settings can be configured to help you get the most out of them, within QSP, and beyond.

  1. IHSS Work Week for Payroll – This cannot be changed, and is set in accordance with how the federal government defines the work week
  2. Consider IHSS a Co-Employer (Calculate IHSS toward weekly OT) – When enabled, and if OT Settings have also been setup, when an employee is scheduled IHSS, these IHSS hours are included in the weekly overtime calculation with all other non-IHSS service types the employee is scheduled.
  3. Consider IHSS Hours in Payroll Reports when calculating OT – When enabled, as well as the co-employer setting above, and overtime occurs during a work week that includes IHSS and non-IHSS shfits, then those overtime hours will be included in payroll reports.
  4. Cap Client Weekly IHSS at __ – When enabled, IHSS shifts cannot be scheduled if they exceed the applicable client’s weekly IHSS cap. The amount of IHSS hours defined here can also be customized at each client’s “Max Amount of IHSS Hours per week” field, which is located within their POS tab in their client profiles. Only those users that have a matching role as listed in the “Role to Override per Client” can make changes to this field.
  5. Cap Employee Weekly IHSS at __ – When enabled, IHSS shifts cannot be scheduled if they exceed the applicable employee’s weekly IHSS cap. The amount of IHSS hours defined here can also be customized at each employee’s “Max Amount of IHSS Hours per week” field, which is located within their Schedule tab in their employee profiles. Only those users that have a matching role as listed in the “Role to Override per Employee” can make changes to this field.

IHSS cap and payroll setting in QSP

Payroll Settings

Every employee wants to get paid properly. Every admin wants the simplest and easiest way to get their employees paid. Configuring Payroll Settings in QSP is required if you are using any of these features: Electronic Timesheets, Open/Close Pay Periods, and/or Half Month (1-15th, 16th-end) overtime calculations.  We think these features make the payroll process quite efficient, so you can spend less time crunching numbers, and more time planning your next vacation. The items below correlate to the steps in the image.

  1. Define Pay period – Choose between: Half Month (specifically the 1-15th/16-end of month), Monthly (specifically 1st to end), or Every Two Weeks (uses your agency-defined work week that’s set in OT Settings). Upon saving, QSP will automatically configure your pay periods. Defining your pay periods is useful for 3 features, in QSP: 1.) Electronic Timesheets, which is the purpose of this section 2.) Closing our pay periods  and 3.) Half Month/Monthly OT Calculations
  2. Set Start Date of First Pay Period of the Year – For most agencies this coincides with the calendar year
  3. Electronic Timesheet OptionsRead the full instructions here
  4. Timesheet PeriodsRead the full instructions here
  5. Calculate Daylight Savings in Payroll and Billing Reports – When enabled, the payroll reports will subtract one hour of pay for employees that work between 2 AM and 3 AM on the Daylight Saving Day when time will “Spring Forward”.  Likewise, one hour will be added to the payroll reports for those employees who work on the Daylight Savings Day when time will “Fall Back”. These daylight savings hours will be handled accordingly on billing reports as well.
  6. Utilize Un-Paid Rest Periods – When enabled, Rest Period times will not calculate in payroll reports. Rest Periods are an optional break that can be added as part of any scheduled shift

QSP payroll settings

QSClock Preferences

These QSClock settings are very specific to getting the most out of QSClock, its setup, its notifications, and its revision tracking within the scheduler. These settings will only display if the QSP customer is a paid subscriber of QSClock as well.

Require Clock out/in on consecutive linked to unlink shifts and vice versa – When enabled, employees need to manually clock in/out of their consecutive linked to unlinked shifts and vice versa. If they don’t manually do this, no clock notifications will be sent. On the contrary, if this setting is disabled, employees need to clock in only at the start of their shift and QSP will automatically clock them in and out of all consecutive shifts INCLUDING linked (with matching clients).

Service Types that Apply to QSClock and Its Notifications – To enable QSClock for a lot of clients at once, use the optional bulk update feature.  Here, add the service types for the clients that you want QSClock to apply to, and select the “Apply to QSClock” checkbox. Once saved, QSP will find every client with that service type and enable their “Include shifts in QSClock” checkbox.

Shift Revisions – When enabled, any time a clocked shift is later modified (after it has been clocked in/out), the user making the revision is prompted to give a reason as to why they are making the change. This “Revision Reason” pop up gets triggered when changing any payroll data, which includes: Service type, Start Date, End Date, Start Time, End Time, rest period, sleep exemption, client name (adding or removing link), and employee name. If a shift has not been clocked in or out of, and any of its details are changed, no Revision Reason is triggered.  By default, there are 5 revision reasons and there is an option, for each, to require the user to give a comment when used.

QSClock preferences - mobile time keeping

QSMed Preferences

This settings will display for those QSP customers that are also paid subscribers of QSMed.

Step by step instructions can be found here. 

Print Scheduling

These settings can be configured to customize how calendars will appear when printed.

Print Name As on Print Schedule – Adjust how the client and employees names are formatted when schedules are printed that contain their name

Weeks to Print on Print Schedule – Choose which part of the client/employee schedules are printed by selecting one of three options.

Print Schedule settings in QSP

Employee Expense Preferences

For those agencies that make it worth an employee’s time to work on a holiday, setting up holiday pay is done right here. Or, to get automatically calculated mileage reimbursement rates, just make a few clicks. Check out all these employee expense preferences and how they can be configured to maximize QSP.

Reimburse Employee Mileage at the Following Rates –  When the “__ Cents per mile” is enabled and given a rate, this rate acts as a multiplier that automatically calculates the mileage reimbursement when the mileage tracking reports are generated for client and/or employees.

For Holiday Hours Worked, Multiply Employee Pay Rate by__ – This multiplier is applied to the employee service rates that are scheduled on any of the defined holidays, and the totals can be viewed when the Condensed Payroll Processing Report is generated.

Apply Holiday Rate to (Standard/Premium)  – This option is only applicable to SLS rate types, as this is the only type of service that is broken down into premium and standard rates. Whatever rate is chosen (Standard, or Premium, or both) the multiplier defined above will be applied to those rates when the Condensed Payroll Processing Report is generated.

Choose the Holidays to Apply this Rate Multiplier – Select the holidays that will use the defined rate multiplier in the calculation of holiday rates, which are totaled automatically when the Condensed Payroll Processing Report is generated.

Minimum Rates of Pay – This setting is best used to bulk update employees’ minimum Rates Of Pay (ROP) listed in their profile, which is commonly applied when there is a state-wide minimum wage increase.  Follow the step by step instructions below:

  1. Select the applicable branch office(s), and this update will be applied to those employees that have a matching office designation in their employee profile.  If an employee is not designated to a specific office(s), their will not be updated. The branch office field will be cleared upon re-entry to Employee Expense Preferences as a way to prepare for the next time this setting is used.
  2. Select the ROP change date (ex: 1/1/2018), which will be applied to the employee’s ROP History details along with a default note saying, “Employee ROP Update”. This setting cannot be scheduled to take effect on a future date.
  3. Select the check boxes next to the applicable service rates, and set their new minimum rate of pay amount.  Once save is selected, QSP will run a process that searches the applicable employee profiles, and increase any selected service rates of pay that are below the new minimum rate of pay and update them to be equal to the new minimum rate of pay. It will not update any existing rate of pay that is above the new minimum.

Rates of Pay Increases –  Much like the above “Minimum Rates of Pay”, this setting is used to give a bulk wage increase to multiple employees at once of a particular office, with a particular position, instead of doing it individually. As an example, let’s say you want to give all Personal Attendants a $0.75 raise for their SLS Premium hours, on top of whatever they are already making. Following the same steps as above, but adding the particular position, enter the rate differential ($0.75 in this example) and, when saved, if one employee had and SLS Premium ROP of $12 it’d be updated to $12.75, and if another employee has an SLS Premium ROP of $14.25, it’d be updated to $15.

Set employee expense preferences - QSP settings

Client Profile Preference

This setting provides a few shortcuts and preferences to assist in managing client data as it relates to payroll and reports.

Default Client Premium Hours – This first setting pertains to SLS Clients only. If the Default Client Premium Hours are set, then each new client record that is added to QSP will have these fields automatically filled with the SLS premium hours defined here. For more info on setting up SLS Premium and Standard Staffing Rates for individual clients, go here.

Hide Agency Contact Phone Numbers on Client Face Sheets – When enabled, any agency contact that is set in the client’s profile will have their phone number hidden from displaying on the printed client face sheet.

Minimum Client Service Rates – This setting is currently not hooked up. For more info on setting up SLS Premium and Standard Min and Max wages for individual clients, go here.

Client SLS premium standard hours

System Settings

When the “Ask users to Update Password Every _ Days” is enabled, this will require all users to update their existing passwords the next time they log in after the set amount of days has been reached. To update/reset a password, the email address that matches what’s on file in QSP must also be entered. Passwords must be at least 8 characters and contain at least one number.

system password settingsQSP reset password prompt

Client Maintenance


There is no getting around setting up and maintaining client records in QSP. It is one of the cornerstones that makes any database worth it’s keep. Though, like any database, the goodness of the data depends on the quality of the data entry. Good data input will give you good data output. Now, there is a minimum amount of client data entry required in QSP, but after that, it’s totally up to you how full and robust you populate each client record, depending on the results you want QSP to help with.

How to Add a New Client

This is what we recommend as best practice for the minimum data entry required when just adding a new client record.

  1. Enter First and Last Name
  2. Enter Branch Office code
  3. Set Status to Active
  4. Save Record

These 4 steps should result in a green message that will appear in the top right hand corner indicating the record was saved successfully.

Once the record has been saved successfully, you will notice the other tabs that were gray and not selectable are now blue and active. From here, continue adding all other pertinent data for the client.

client min data entry in QSP

If you ever get a red error message in the top right hand corner when saving a new client record for the first time, here’s some possible reasons:

    • Branch office and/or Status have not been assigned

  • A client record with the same first and last name already exists, but may have a Status that is “In-Active”.  If this is a returning client, set old client record from in-active to active.
  • If neither of these, please contact QSP Support.

How to Setup Services In a Client’s Profile

Scheduling your clients may have been one of the reasons you subscribed to QSP, and it is something that QSP does really well. There’s a few pieces of data entry that, if added, will take scheduling your clients to the next level. If you’re at ground zero, then be prepared for new heights! Adding a service type and activating it for use in the schedule are the minimum steps needed to begin scheduling, as outlined below. Adding POS amounts and other details, though optional for scheduling, will bring additional value.

Service Types, Rates and POS Details

Service Type – To add or update a service for a client, visit their POS tab in their profile. At the “Client Service Types, Rates and POS Details” grid select “Add”, and Service Type Details will open up. From here, all service types that have been labeled as “Billable” in the Custom Service Type application settings will display. Select the appropriate service type from the Service Type drop down menu.

Can Schedule – Select “Can Schedule” if this service type is to be an active and available service type in the Client View of their schedule.

POS – Other than a safe place to keep track of a POS and its expiration date, adding a POS within this grid also turns on the POS dashboard in the Client View of their Schedule, which can be used to track the amount of hours per month being utilized based on the schedule. Adding a POS will also show up when running the Management Report (used for billing) for the client. Adding an expiration date to each POS is optional. Once saved, you will notice that the applicable POS type and the amount are reflected in the client’s scheduling dashboard.

Min Wage – These fields are used when there is a need to customize the employee’s rate of pay whenever they serve a particular client at a specific service type. When a Minimum Wage is set, QSP’s payroll processing reports take any employee’s rate of pay (as defined in their employee profile) that is below the client’s defined Minimum Wage and brings it up to the minimum.  For example, let’s say that an employee has a PA rate of pay of $11, and they work with a client that has a PA Minimum wage of $12, the payroll processing reports in QSP will show calculate the employee’s rate of pay for those PA shifts with that client at $12. If the Min Wage is not set, then each employee’s individual rate will be used.

Max Wage – When a client’s Maximum Wage is set,  QSP’s payroll processing reports take any employee’s rate of pay (as defined in their employee profile) that is higher than the client’s defined Maximum Wage and lowers it to the maximum. For example, let’s say that an employee has a PA rate of pay of $15, and they work with a client that has a PA Maximum wage of $13, the payroll processing reports in QSP will show calculate the employee’s rate of pay for those PA shifts with that client at $13.  If the Max Wage is not set, then each employee’s individual rate will be used.

Bonus – This field allows further control to customize an employee’s rate of pay when working with a certain client at a specific service type. This Bonus field acts as a rate of pay differentials. For example, if 0.75 is entered, then any employee that works with the client at that rate will earn $0.75 more than their defined rate of pay in their employee profile for that rate.

client POS


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How to Setup SLS Premium and Standard Staffing Hours

Clients that get support day and night often have employees that get paid at two different rates of pay, a day time rate (which QSP refers to as Premium), and a night time rate (which QSP refers to as Standard). QSP’s payroll processing reports use the SLS Premium and Standard Staffing Hours that are setup under the client’s Schedule tab to automatically calculate an employee’s premium and standard rates based on when they are scheduled . Here’s how to set it up.

Begin by defining the Sunday Premium Start and End time frame using the time format HH:MM TT. Then, if all the days of the week use the same allocation, select the “Copy” button to have those Start and End time auto-fill to the remaining days of the week. QSP knows that the opposite of the Premium hours will be Standard. For example, if Premium SLS rates are defined as being from 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM, then Standard rates will apply to any shifts between 10:00 PM – 8:00 AM.

SLS client staffing hours

How to Add IHSS Hours

If your client has an IHSS authorization, and you keep track of their IHSS hours, QSP can help. Adding a IHSS NOA (Notice of Action) hours to a client’s profile also turns on the IHSS dashboard in their Scheduler which can be used to track the amount of hours per month being utilized based on the schedule. Adding IHSS hours will also show up when running the Management Report for the client and the IHSS service type in the Client View of their schedule will be activated.

To add or update IHSS hours:

  • Navigate to the POS tab in the client’s profile.
  • Click into the “Total Monthly IHSS Hours Available” field and enter the IHSS hours in this format HH:MM.
  • Pick an “IHSS NOA Effective Date”, if desired.
  • Press Save in the top right hand corner of the page, and wait for the green successful save message.

Once saved, you will notice that any previously entered IHSS hours are now reflected in the IHSS History.

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IHSS History

Any type of history is usually rich with dates, and timelines, and stories, and it gives us information from the past that we can use to be entertained, or navigate the present with wisdom and understanding. In the case of IHSS history, there’s probably not going to be a lot of stories, but there will be dates…effective dates, that is! As soon as you update the original IHSS total, you’ve made history! A new IHSS monthly total means a new IHSS Effective date to go along with it. Here’s what you need to know about creating IHSS history:

  • Edit the current “Total Monthly IHSS Hours Available” with the new, updated total.
  • Edit the current “IHSS NOA Effective Date” with the new, updated effective date.
  • Press Save in the top right hand corner of the page, and wait for the green successful save message.

As soon as this new data is saved, you’ll notice the IHSS History grid has safely stored your prior IHSS info. The grid contains editable Comments that can be added, if desired. Two things to note as a result of adding IHSS history. For one, the IHSS dashboard in the client’s schedule will reflect the appropriate IHSS totals within the effective date’s range. Also, the IHSS effective date will activate the IHSS hours for the effective month, if it is the 1st of the month, otherwise it will activate the IHSS hours in the following month. For example, if an IHSS effective date is 01/01/2017, the IHSS NOA will be active for the month of January. If the effective date is not the 1st of the month (i.e., 01/02/2017 – 01/31/2017) the IHSS NOA will be active in the next month – February in this example.

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How to Setup a Client ISP

There are 2 types of ISP templates: Standard ISP Template and Objective Only Template. This explains the difference between the two, and how to get the most out of each one depending on the outcome you want to achieve.

Objective Only Template – This ISP template and its features can be used with any service type that has been configured in the Customer Service Type Application Settings with the “Obj Notes” option enabled. One of the primary outcomes of this template is for service notes to be written per ISP objective within the specific shifts that use the proper service type. The details outline setting this up:

  • Creating a new Objective Only Template: Select “Add Objective Only Template” and a new template is created.
  • Service Type drop-down: Select the applicable service type. Only service types that have been configured for “Obj Notes” will be available.
  • Start and End Date: The dates that are entered here activate the Objectives to display in the Scheduler within that time frame. If a shift is created after the ISP end date, the ISP objectives will not be available when adding service notes (per  ISP objective) to the shift.
  • Objectives: There is a default list of objective options in the Objective drop-down list.  If you need to add a custom Objective to the drop-down, select the Edit box to the right of the drop-down field. This is a global tool, and adding to this list will allow these objectives to be available for any other client records. Note: if you edit an existing objective it will not auto-update any other place where it is used.
  • Hours per week/Hours per month: Hours entered here will not show up anywhere else. They are for reference and planning only. Each hour entered in the Hours per week field is then multiplied automatically by 4.33 to calculate the total Hour per month. These are then totaled at the bottom and are displayed next to the client’s actual POS for the service type selected.

ISP Objective only template

Standard ISP Template – With this ISP template, there is no limit to the amount of Service Components that can be added, and each contains a General Goal, and options for up to 6 Objectives, Progress notes, and Baseline/plan. These can also be printed as an ISP Progress Report with the option to “Show Medications” and “Show Doctor Visits” on the printed ISP Progress Report too. Here are a few important notes about its features:

  • Either ISP template type can be copied in its entirety using the “Copy ISP” button
  • Each part of the ISP can have its details hidden on the printed ISP Progress Report by selecting the “Hide on ISP Report” box for each applicable part.
  • Service Components can be added and modified as needed

ISP standard template with dynamic service components

How to Add Client Contacts

Client contacts can be managed in one convenient location within a client’s profile in QSP. Here are the basics to adding anyone and everyone, from grandma to service coordinator.

There are 3 contact types to choose from when adding a new client contact, and the type determines how these contacts will be organized on the various client reports:

  1. Agency – Any employee at your agency
  2. Medical – Any contact that is medical related
  3. Important – Any contact that is not “Agency” and not “Medical”

adding client contacts in QSP

The Relationship drop down menu is auto-filtered by the Contact Type that is chosen, and the results can be customized as needed by selecting the icon to the right of the drop down field. Once Contact Type and Relationship are chosen, set the Status.

Agency Contacts – When an Agency Contact type is chosen, the “Employee Lookup” drop down is also activated, which shows all employees that are entered into your QSP employee database. Once a name is selected, the details that exist in their employee profile will be automatically pulled into the contact form, and will not be editable. If any info of the employee needs to be updated, it needs to be done in the employee profile, and their client contact details will be automatically updated.

SLS agency employee contacts

Medical Contacts – At a minimum, only a First, or Last, or Company Name must be entered before a contact can be saved. Medical Contacts are also used in the Emergency Plan,  Doctor Visit and Appointments tabs, and populate to the Face Sheet, EAP, Medical Quarterly reports, and Contact List.

Important Contacts – At a minimum, only a First, or Last, or Company Name must be entered before a contact can be saved. Important Contacts are referenced in the “RC Contact” field on the Client Info page, and in the Emergency Plan tab, and populate to the Face Sheet, EAP, and Contact List.

How to Assign a Case Manager to a Client

This is a quick and easy piece of data entry that has many points of use throughout QSP. We use the term “Case Manager” to reference an employee at your agency that is a primary overseer of the client’s caseload. Once the client’s Case Manager is assigned (this is optional, of course), this data is used in the Client Case Manager Report, and schedule and report filters throughout QSP. To assign a Case Manager, go to the “Client Info 2” tab within a client’s profile and select the Case Manager drop down, and choose an employee from the list, and then save.

adding a case manager

How to Add Doctor Visits

So many of our clients need assistance with managing and tracking their doctor visits. The “Doctor Visit” tab within each client’s profile makes capturing this data easy and allows it to flow to all the necessary QSP reports automatically.

  1. Medical Contact – Begin by Adding a new Doctor Visit and then select the appropriate medical contact from the drop down. Again, the contacts that display here come from those that are of the “Medical” type and listed in that client’s contact list.
  2. Visit Date – When A Visit Date and Time are entered, this creates an event/shift that displays blue on that day in the client’s calendar. The times of the doctor visit can be modified within the scheduler and will auto-update the actual doctor visit record in the client’s Doctor Visit tab. An employee can also be assigned to this blue doctor visit shift, and this will display it on the employee’s calendar. These are non-billable, and non-payroll actions within QSP.
    1. adding doctor visit to client schedule in QSP
  3. Reason – Add the reason for this visit
  4. Outcome – Add the outcome of this visit
  5. New Medication – If applicable, add any new/modified medication as a result of the doctor visit. The details added here will be used in the Medication Quarterly/Annual reports, and will not automatically create or modify a medication in the client’s MedRx tab.
  6. Next Visit Date – If a next visit date is added, a new Doctor Visit record for that date will be automatically added when the current one is saved. This auto-creation of the next Doctor Visit means only the Reason, Outcome, etc need to be filled out once that visit has been completed.

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Reports – The details captured within each Doctor Visit will automatically display when the Medication Annual or Quarterly reports are generated and will display all Doctor Visit within the selected date range. This report and others can be found under the Reports tab within a client’s profile.

medical quarterly regional center report

How to Add and Use the Client Training Guide

This tool solves the training paperwork dilemma by creating a paperless training guide that uses electronic signatures and automatic data entry to ensure a quick and complete training guide process that saves you time and effort and leaves you feeling confident and safe that your employee’s client-specific training documentation is accurate and up to date. Here are the step-by-step the details of how to setup and use a client training guide in QSP and QSMobile.

Create the Master Training Guide

Under the Service Planning tab in a client’s profile is where you’ll find the “Training Guide” sub-tab. The process begins by creating a master training guide. Trained employees will then sign their own employee-specific version of the training guide, which will include the signature of the trainee and the client. Once saved, this automatically creates a client-specific training record on the trainee’s employee profile.  At the very bottom of this tutorial is an explanation of the security permissions that need to be enabled to fully utilize this feature.

  1. In QSP, begin creating a master training guide by selecting “Add Master Training Guide”add master client training guide qsp software
  2. Then select the Training Type from the drop-down menu. These are the same training types that are used in the Employee profile -> Client Specific Training (highlighted in red in picture 4.1).
  3. Select “Include Medication Training Checklist” to have a default, standalone document be automatically created upon saving the Master Training Template ((highlighted in blue in picture 4.1).
  4. Next, add the client’s training details in the 16 available text areas, highlighted in purple in the picture below.

Adding Employee-Specific Copy of Master Client Training Guide

  1. Once the master training guide(s) has been created, an employee-specific copy can now be added. This can be done from QSP or QSMobile. From QSP, select “Add Training List” and then from the Training Guide drop down select the appropriate the master training guide. Once selected, all of its details will be auto-filled leaving 3 required signature fields at the bottom which will be filled out by the trainer, the trainee, and the client.
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  2. Selecting the Trainee and Trainer’s name from the drop-down menu will display their store signature. If no signature has been previously stored in their individual employee profiles, they can be manually added at the time of signing the training guide by selecting “Change Signature”.  The client signature will be automatically stored once it is entered for the first time after updating it via the “Change Signature” option.
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  3. Once saved, this automatically creates a client-specific training record on the trainee’s employee profile that captures the name of the training type, the client name, the trainer and the training date.
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  4. You can also print a paper copy for your records!
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Client Training Guide Use in QSMobile

Watch this 4-minute video to see how to complete an employee-specific client training guide through QSMobile.

Client Training Guide Security Permission Setup

Ensure each security role has the new client training guide permissions properly set. Here’s a look at that setup which can be found in QSP under Utilities -> Security Maintenance.

  1. The permission “Client Service Planning Maintenance” first needs to have “Access” enabled
  2. The permission “Client Training Guide Maintenance” needs to be configured with the appropriate attributes to control setup and use of Master Client Training Guide. It’s recommended that case manager-type roles have full permissions here.
  3. The permission “Client Training Guide Employee Specific” needs to be configured with the appropriate attributes, and is dependent on “Client Training Guide Maintenance” having “Access” enabled. It’s recommended that field staff/leader-type roles have some access here.

Employee Maintenance

Often times the task of inputting employee’s information into QSP can seem insurmountable. However, if the most important and immediate outcome is just to get the employee setup to be scheduled, then there are just a few pieces of data needed!

How to Add a New Employee – Part 1

(with Minimum Data Entry)

These steps show how to add an employee and set up their profile for scheduling purposes. Begin by navigating to Employee Maintenance. The steps outlined refer to the steps shown in the image.

  1. Select “Add Employee” – this option is available to those users with the appropriate QSP security permission
  2. Enter employee’s First and Last Name (and other names if applicable)
    1. The “Name Change Effective Date” can be left blank
  3. *Select a Security Role – If employees will access QSP, and/or QSMobile, and/or QSClock, they need a Role. There are 7 default Security Roles to choose from.
  4. *Add Login Code – Create a custom login/username. Each employee’s usernames must be unique, and they are not case sensitive.
  5. *Create Password – Create a custom password which must be at least 8 characters and contain at least one number.
  6. Save – After saving, all grayed tabs will be made active. CONTINUE to Part 2 below.

* Optional – only needed if the employee will access QSP

how to add an employee in QSP

Employment Details (How to Add a New Employee – Part 2)

After saving the initial information on the employee’s Personal Information tab, select the Employment Details page to complete the initial, minimum employee set up for the purpose of scheduling.

  1. Employment Status – When the status is set to Active, the employee is active in QSP. Other Status options can be used when an employee is not active.
  2. May Provide Service – Check this box for employees that will be scheduled in QSP, and their name will show in the Scheduler
  3. Current Position – Select the employees’ current employment position
  4. Add new Position – Use this option to add/edit an employment position

Continue to Part 3 of How to Add a New Employee, which continues with the Employment Details tab.

QSP employee scheduling setup

How to Setup Employee Services for Scheduling

(How to Add a New Employee – Part 3)

If you offer multiple services, it can be challenging to continuously verify that your employees are being scheduled for only those services they are authorized. For example, an employee that has been hired for SLS shouldn’t, unintentionally, be scheduled in ILS. QSP has solved this challenge by requiring that the services an employee provides be designated in their employee profile prior to being scheduled. Furthermore, we’ve linked this to their rate of pay (ROP).

Employee Service Types & ROP Details

To add or update an employee’s base rate of pay and/or service details, visit their employee’s profile, and under the Employment Details tab, near the bottom, will be a grid section called “Employee Service Types and Rate of Pay Details”. To add a new Service Type select “Add” and the Service Type Details will open up below. From here, all service types that have been labeled as “Payable” in the Custom Service Type application settings will display. Select the appropriate service type from the drop-down menu, and, if desired, input the Rate of Pay (ROP) and its Last Changed date (ROPs are used in the Payroll Processing Reports). Select “Can Schedule” to activate this service type in the employee’s schedule.

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Activating IHSS

To activate “IHSS” as an employee service type, select the “IHSS Worker” checkbox located under the Employment Details tab. This checkbox also controls the display of the employee IHSS Weekly Cap dashboard, if there is a weekly IHSS cap set for the employee.

IHSS worker rate of pay

How and Why to Assign a Supervisor to an Employee

Often times agencies will organize their operations so that each employee has a supervisor that they are assigned to. This makes direct communication less confusing because the employee doesn’t have to guess whom they need to report to. Now, designating supervisor assignments in QSP also has its own set of benefits, including how employee notifications are delivered to and from supervisors, which is seen primarily in the use of Time Off Requests, and Electronically Signing Timesheets, as well as several scheduling and reporting filters throughout QSP. To assign a supervisor to an employee, visit their Employment Details tab within their profile and choose the proper employee from the Assigned Supervisor drop-down. Then Save.

assign supervisor to employee profile in QSP

How to Add Client Specific Trainings

So many agencies struggle to effectively track the training(s) an employee completes for each client they serve. For those who require these type of client specific trainings to be completed, QSP has the perfect solution that will make you feel more organized. Within an Employee’s profile, select the Requirements/Training tab, and then select its sub tab: Client Specific. Add Client Specific Trainings can be categorized into 3 parts as described below.

  1. Only three steps are needed for the minimum amount of data needed to save.
    1. Add new Client Specific Training
    2. Select Training Type – The training type names can be customized as needed.
    3. Select Client Name
      1. The Training Date, Trainer, Date Completed and Expires On are optional data entry tracking.
      2. how to add client traingings to employee profiles
  2. Employee Removed from Client Home – Using the above screenshot (1.3.2) as a visual, this option can be used to indicate if an employee has been removed from a client’s home. Use the Effective Removal Date field and Removal Reason text area to give all the necessary details.  If the employee has been removed from the primary client’s home, an indicator will appear in parentheses next to their name in the employee drop down in the schedule shift window.
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  3. Updating Client Default SLS Hours  – If “Update Client’s Default SLS Premium and Standard Hours and Use for Payroll” is selected, the Premium Hours Start and End Times will automatically pull what is set up in that client’s profile. This feature is used if you want to pay an employee a different SLS premium/standard (i.e. awake/sleep) allocation for a client than what is set by default
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Employee Schedule Preferences

Schedule preferences are an optional tool that can track the dates and times an employee “cannot” work, or “prefers” to work.  Here are the 8 key steps to maximizing the use of Schedule Preferences

  1. Set Schedule Preference Security – Check that the 2 permissions relating to Schedule Preferences are properly set for each Role. We recommend logging in as each Role to ensure that it is configured per your needs.
    1. Employee Schedule Preference Maintenance permission
    2. Schedule Preference Status permission
  2. Setup Schedule Preference Notifications – This step is important if supervisors want to be notified when employees submit a Schedule Preference Request, and if employees should be notified when the supervisor has Approved or Denied that request. This setup is very similar to Time Off Request notifications and can be configured under Utilities -> Notification Maintenance. There are 3 total Schedule Preference Notifications that can be set up, as desired. The image in 2.2 shows how it appears in QSMessages and as a Text/SMS.
  3. Creating a Schedule Preference – There are 2 types of Schedule Preference types:  Unavailable and Preferred.  Begin by selecting Add, and choose one of these types, then select the Start Date, as well as Start and End time. Next, choose how often it will repeat (Weekly, Monthly, etc). Finally, choose the date it will end on. Depending on the permissions of the user adding a schedule preference, the Status may also need to be set.
  4. Schedule Preference via QSMobile – Schedule Preferences are just as easy for employees to manage in QSMobile too. Schedule Preferences that are still pending approval will display as a red color, and those approved will display green, and those denied will display in gray.
  5. Schedule Preferences in Employee Schedule View – All Approved Schedule Preferences also display in the employee’s schedule view by selecting “Show Schedule Preferences”. The “Preferred” types display with a white background and blue text, and “Unavailable” display with a white background and red text.
  6. Show Available Employees Only – Unavailable Schedule Preferences are included when the “Show Available Employees” filter is selected in the edit shift window in the Scheduler. This means that any employee that has an approved Unavailable Schedule Preference that conflicts with any portion of the shift being edited will have their name omitted as an available option.
  7. Conflict Warning – If scheduling a shift with an employee that has an approved Unavailable Schedule Preference, a warning message will be triggered.
  8. Schedule Preferences Report – This report captures employee Schedule Preferences Details. It’s found under Employees -> Reports -> Schedule Preferences. The selected date range will generate the Schedule Preferences that have a Start Date during that time frame. You can use the optional Preference Type and Status filters to pre-filter the data you want to see exported to Excel.

How to Manage Employee Status Types

When the employment status of an employee needs to change, there are several options to choose from. These can be managed under an Employee’s Employment Details tab. Here is how each can be utilized:

  1. Active – This primary status activates an employee’s record in all applicable places in QSP, and allows remote access (i.e. ability to log in to QSP/QSMobile if their credentials have been setup.
  2. Applicant – An optional status type that activates the employee in the employee maintenance list, but not in the scheduler, and prevents remote access.
  3. In-Active – This is the primary status type that disables an employee’s record and removes their name from all employee lists and the scheduler, and prevents remote access.
  4. Pending – An optional status type that activates the employee in the employee maintenance list, but not in the scheduler, and prevents remote access.
  5. Separated – An optional status type that displays the employee in the employee maintenance list, but not in the scheduler, and prevents remote access.
  6. Suspended – An optional status type that displays the employee in the employee maintenance list, but not in the scheduler, and prevents remote access.
  7. Deleted – An optional status type that displays the employee in the employee maintenance list, but not in the scheduler, and prevents remote access.

employment statuses

Showing In-Active Employees

If an employee’s status is set to In-Active, that employee record can be recovered at any time. Select the “Show In-Active Employees” button on top of the Employee Maintenance grid and all employees with that status type will display.

show inactive employee

How to Delete (and Show) Employees

To delete an employee record, select the “X” button in the far right-hand side of the employee grid, and then confirm deletion if prompted. When an employee is deleted, they are given a status of “Deleted”. As a result, these types of employee records can still be recovered at any time. Select the “Show Deleted Employees” button on top of the Employee Maintenance grid and all employees with that status type will display, just note the status name will appear blank.

Schedule Maintenance

Finally, all clients and employees have been added and setup, all applications settings have been configured, and now it’s time to start building the schedule. We realize that each schedule is going to be personalized for each client, which is why there is so much flexibility in how a schedule can be created. In this section, we will outline the necessary scheduling features, tools, tricks, and methods that will bring organization, clarity, and crucial management insight into all daily operations.

Schedule Filters

Show Employees with Training – When a client name is selected, an option to “Show Employees with Training” will display above the employee grid. When selected, the list of employees will be filtered to show only those who have a type of training with the selected client. To learn more about the data entry that is needed for this filtering to work, read our documentation on Employee Maintenance “How to Add Client Specific Trainings”.

show employees with client training in qsp schedule

Show Clients by Case Manager – This is a helpful way to filter the list of client names by Case Manager for ease of viewing. Simply select the “Show Clients by Case Manager” checkbox, and choose the name of the employee that is a Case Manager and, once selected, the list will automatically filter to show only those client names that have the selected employee as their case manager. To learn more about the data entry needed to make this filtering work, read our documentation on Client Maintenance “How to Assign a Case Manager to a Client”.

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Show Employees by Supervisor – Like the client Case Manager filter, this is a helpful way to filter the list of employee names by their assigned supervisor for ease of viewing. Simply select the “Show Employees by Supervisor” checkbox, and choose the name of the employee that is also a Supervisor and, once selected, the list will automatically filter to show only those employee names that have the selected employee as their assigned supervisor. To learn more about the data entry needed to make this filtering work, read our documentation on Employee Maintenance “How to Assign a Supervisor to an Employee”.

show employees by supervisor in schedule

How to Add New Shifts

Each client and employee schedule is made up of numerous individual shifts and with varying complexities.

  1. Choose Schedule View – To begin scheduling, go to Schedule Maintenance, and then select either the client or employee name, and their schedule will load for the current month. Client and employee schedules are linked to each other, so adding/editing shifts can be done from either view. The example below is given in the client view.
  2. Select Day – Clicking once on a day will highlight that day blue, and double-clicking on a day will open up the new shift window. Be advised that the first click onto the calendar may reposition the schedule so the entire month view will fit squarely within your computer screen.
  3. Select Service Type –  Always begin by choosing the service type. The Service Type drop-down will show only those services specific to the client (or employee if adding a new shift from the employee view).  For more on setting up client services go here.  Once the appropriate service type is selected,  the layout of the shift window will conform to match the shift attributes that were setup in Customize Service Types.
  4. Input Date/Time – Inputting the Start and End time can be completed in 3 different ways depending on preference. 1.) Use the time picker (clock icon to the right) to select from a list of times in 15-minute intervals. 2.) Manually type in the time, while keeping this format: HH:MM TT.  3.) Use the Tab keyboard shortcut to navigate between fields, and it will auto-format a manual time entry of 8a to be 8:00 AM, and will also auto-adjust the end date to the next day when the end time is 12:00 AM or when the end time is before the start time.
  5. Repeating Shift – Shifts in QSP can be set up to repeat Weekly or Daily, and only within a month.
    1. Repeat every – Use this option to change the interval of how often the shift repeats
    2. Repeat on – Select all the days of the week the shift repeats
    3. End – Choose when the repeating shift will end, whether after a certain number of occurrences (less common) or on a certain date (common).
      1. End of Month – The big gray button titled “End of Month” (below the Repeat option) can be selected to auto-populate the End On date to be the last day of the month (most common)
  6. Assign Employee – Select the appropriate employee. Only those employees that have a designated service type in their employee profile that matches the shift service type will display (more about that data entry here). Select “None” to not assign any employee to the shift. This will turn the shift a red color upon saving and is a great visual indicator to represent a shift needing an employee.

QSP scheduling new shift basics

How to Print and Email Schedules

Every schedule deserves to have the option to be printed and/or emailed, whether it be the client or employee. Schedules can be printed one at a time or in bulk, depending on need.

Print Schedules Individually

  1. Go to the schedule view of the employe or client to be printed
  2. Select the “Print Current Schedule” hyperlink
  3. The schedule will download automatically as a PDF. The location of this download may vary depending on browser settings
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  4. Open and print. Check to ensure print settings are capturing full month. If not, (un)select “Fit to Page”.

Printing/Emailing Schedules in Bulk

print schedule menu QSP

  1. Navigate to the Scheduling menu and select its submenu Reports -> Print/Email schedules  (see above image).
  2. Set the desired filters
    1. Month/year
    2. Report Type (either Employee or Client)
    3. “Include Cancelled Shifts” – any shifts for the selected month that have been marked as “Cancelled” will be included
    4. “Include Rest Periods” – any shifts for the selected month that contain a Rest Period will display the Rest Period times
  3. Select the desired individuals
  4. Select “Email PDF” and each selected individual will be sent an email with a PDF attachment of their specific schedule. If no email address is on file, the schedule will instead be printed. A new browser tab will open up to process this request and give an “Emails Sent” confirmation.
  5. Select “Export to PDF” to print the schedules of all selected individuals. A new browser tab will open to process this request and download the files once complete (download location may vary depending on browser settings).
  6. Open and print. Check to ensure print settings are capturing full month. If not, (un)select “Fit to Page”.
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How to Copy Schedules

After building a perfect client schedule for the month it sure would be nice to just copy it to the next month. Well, that is an absolute reality! There are two ways to copy a schedule: One schedule at a time, or multiple schedules at once. No matter which method is chosen, it can be copied as far into the future as needed – to infinity and beyond (though we don’t recommend that length). It’s very important to know that there are no checks or validations that occur when copying. In other words, no conflict checks, no overtime checks, sleep validations, etc. Best practice is to confirm that no unwanted shifts already exist in the next months. The more schedules being copied at once, and the more robust they are, and the farther into the future they are being copied, the more amount of time it may take to complete the copying process. “What about schedules that contain shared or linked clients?” Yes!! Those can be copied as well.

    1. One Schedule at a time. Begin with the client or employee schedule view that needs to be copied and click the “Copy Schedule” link, located next to the Print Current Schedule link. A popup window will appear, and the top field “Copy Month/Year” will default to the month of the schedule being copied. Next, set the “Through to Month/Year” to a time after the month being copied from. Then select the Copy button, and wait for a successful copy message.
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    2. Multiple Schedules at Once. Within the Scheduling menu select the sub-menu called “Utilities” which contains a “Copy Schedules” link. Much like copying one schedule at a time, set the From and To months, then choose what type of schedule (Client or Employee) is being copied. Select those persons from the list and click the “Copy Schedules” button. A new browser tab will open in that will process this request. Once complete, a “Client Schedules Copied” message will display.
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  1. Copy Schedule Permissions. There are two security permissions to accommodate this copy schedule feature.  Configuration for each user’s role can be done within Security Maintenace. At the Schedule Module section note the permissions: “Schedule Utilities” and “Copy Schedules”, each with an “Access” attribute. Enable these for the roles that will be permitted to copy schedules.

How to Delete or Cancel Shifts

Scheduled shifts need to be deleted sometimes. That’s just the reality. When it’s deleted, it’s gone forever. There’s no “undo” option. On the other hand, there is an option to “Cancel” a shift (vs deleting it). This is a way to remove that shift from the schedule, but keep a record of the cancellation. This type of tracking is beneficial to validate the shift was scheduled, and that, maybe, the client chose to cancel their services for that day (or a myriad of other scenarios that could prove useful).

  1. Delete/Cancel One Shift at a Time. The option to delete resides on top of a shift, and within the shift. Hovering over a shift will reveal a black “X” on top of the shift and after selecting (the next popup may vary if it’s part of a repeating shift) will be the option to Delete Shift (red button) or Cancel Shift (blue button).
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    2. delete or cancel scheduled shift
  2. Cancel Shift Reason. Upon choosing “Cancel Shift” a reason must be given about the cancellation. This will be saved within the shift’s Schedule Notes field.
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  3. Show Cancelled Appointments. To reveal those shifts that have been canceled, select the “Show Cancelled Appointments” option shown in this screenshot and shift that has been canceled in that month will be displayed in a brownish color. Canceled shifts cannot be un-canceled.
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  4. Bulk Delete. The option to delete (not cancel) shifts in bulk is very helpful when needed. From the client or employee schedule view, select the “Delete Shifts” link at the top of the calendar. Then select as many shifts to be deleted as desired. Normal scheduling checks will occur.
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SOS (Send Open Shift)

Check out the complete guide to learn the features and benefits of the SOS tool

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